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RTPFEED(1)							      Debian								RTPFEED(1)

NAME
rtpfeed - Feed a DVB-S card with an RTP unicast/multicast/broacast stream SYNOPSIS
rtpfeed [ --group group ] [ --port port R] [ --vpid vpid ] [ --apid apid ] rtpfeed --help rtpfeed --version DESCRIPTION
rtpfeed takes a unicast, multicast or broadcast RTP stream from a network (typically generated by dvbstream running on a server) and feeds it to a DVB-S card for decoding and display. As an RTP transport stream from dvbstream can contain multiple (up to eight) video streams and audio streams, the streams to display may be explicitly named on the command line. OPTIONS
-g, --group addr The IP address of the RTP stream. By default, this is 224.0.1.2. -p, --port portnum The IP port of the RTP stream. By default, this is 5004. -v, --vpid vpid The Video PID of the video stream to display. If none is specified, all present are fed to the DVB card. -v, --apid apid The Audio PID of the audio stream to display. If none is specified, all present are fed to the DVB card. --help display this help and exit --version output version information and exit SEE ALSO
dvbstream(1), dumprtp(1), and ts2es(1) HISTORY
Parts of this program were taken from dumprtp.c by David Podeur. AUTHORS
rtpfeed was writteb by Guenter Wildmann, <g.wildmann@it-lab.at>, with parts taken from dumprtp.c by David Podeur. This man page was written by Alastair McKinstry, <mckinstry@computer.org>. Linux 28 July 2002 RTPFEED(1)

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MUMUDVB(8)						      System Manager's Manual							MUMUDVB(8)

NAME
MuMuDVB - Multicast a DVB transponder over multiples ip addresses SYNOPSIS
mumudvb [options] -c conf_file mumudvb [options] --config conf_file DESCRIPTION
MuMuDVB is a program who can redistribute stream from DVB on a network, in multicast or in HTTP unicast. It's main feature is to take a whole transponder and put each channel on a different multicast IP. Website : http://mumudvb.braice.net/ OPTIONS
The following options are provided by MuMuDVB : -c, --config conf_file Path to the config file -s, --signal Display signal power -t, --traffic Display channels traffic -l, --list-cards List the DVB cards and exit --cards The DVB card to use (overrided by the configuration file) --server_id The server id (for autoconfiguration, overrided by the configuration file) -d, --debug Don't deamonize -h, --help Display Help -v More Verbose -q More quiet --dumpfile Debug option : Dump the stream into the specified file SEE ALSO
The program is documented in README and for french speaking people in README-fr. AUTHOR
Upstream author: Brice DUBOST <mumudvb@braice.net> Contributors: Stephane Glondu <glondu@crans.ens-cachan.fr> (makefile cleaning, man page, debian package) Manuel SABBAN <manu@crans.ens-cachan.fr> (use of getopt) Sebastien Raillard Pierre Gronlier Ludovic Boue Utelisys Communications B.V. (transcoding) Acknowledgements: Dave CHAPMAN (for writing dvbstream and contributions), Pierre Gronlier, Sebastien Raillard, Utelisys Communications B.V. (transcoding), Romolo Manfredini, Ludovic Boue This manual page was written by Stephane Glondu <stephane.glondu@crans.org> and Brice DUBOST <mumudvb@braice.net>. MuMuDVB v1.7 13 November 2011 MUMUDVB(8)
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